Tuileries Palace

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palace and royal residence built for Catherine de Medicis in 1564 and burned down in 1871

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in 1799 just before Bonaparte became First Consul and moved into the Tuileries Palace in Paris.
At a subliminal level, therefore, the Commune is everywhere present in Walker's descriptions, just as many physical traces of the destruction wrought on the city seven years earlier were still in evidence, such as the ruined Tuileries Palace (which was kept out of sight behind a vast orchestra stand).
Late during the night of 20-21 June 1791, the royal family and several attendants boarded carriages waiting outside the Tuileries Palace to begin their escape.
10, 1793, a mob attacked the Tuileries Palace, where the King and his family were in residence, to demand that he be handed over to the people for trial.
The central portions of the Tuileries palace were thus in place.
Rigney analyzes narrative events like the march of the women on Versailles (October 1789), the "massacre" of the "people" on the Champs de Mars (July 1791), or the invasion of the Tuileries Palace (August 1792).
Napoleon kept it in his bedroom in the Tuileries Palace and, during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-1, it was transferred for safekeeping to the Arsenal in Brest.
In the Hotel's central antechamber, Mr Garcia hung a series of blue silk panels woven with large gold fleurs-de-lys, originally commissioned for the coronation of Louis XVIII and formerly housed in the Throne Room of the Tuileries Palace, which he had bought from Mademoiselle Niclausse--an elderly Parisian spinster who had inherited them from her antique-dealer father.